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a sloping rooftop twists into a curving surface, highlighted inside with an expressive timber structure. The post peter pichler architecture’s ski lifts are a playful twist on familiar alpine design appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
falkensteiner family resort lido gets a new look by noa*   noa* (network of architecture) brings new entertainement and aesthetics to the Pustertal valley in Italy, where the historical Falkensteiner Family Resort Lido has been welcoming guests since 1957. Established at the edge of the  Casteldarne village and bordering the shores of a small lake, the […] The post noa* uplif
Classrooms and social spaces are arranged around a tree-filled courtyard at this school, created by Polish practice Jeju Studio for a refugee community in Tanzania. Read more
A steely space-themed patisserie displaying chunks of meteorite and a green monochrome pastry shop with squiggly furniture feature in this lookbook of unusual and unique bakery interior designs. Read more
Brazilian firm Studio MEMM has completed a pair of elevated, wood-clad structures that are meant to offer a "floating, magical space in the woods" for both kids and adults. Read more
Vivid abstract paintings meet patterned floors and oversized lighting fixtures inside this restaurant in Sydney designed by local studio Luchetti Krelle. Read more
d’apollonio transforms friedman benda's los angeles gallery into a surrealist landscape of playful characters in clay and bronze. The post I’m not a shrimp: friedman benda exhibits carmen d’apollonio’s playful lamps & vessels in LA appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
V- shaped residence in Poland encapsulates modernity and playfulness. It optimizes natural daylight and is influenced by the surrounding landscape and the river.  The post modern and playful, this V-shaped house in poland optimizes natural light appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
‘pop cloud’ chair by yuji tanabe architects    Back with another delightfully curious invention, Yuji Tanabe Architects presents ‘POP CLOUD,’ a multi-faceted chair composed of seven rotating parts made from solid Japanese cypress log. To construct the seating volume, Tanabe built two variations of the rotating parts using a wood lathe machine:
From the bubble-gum-coloured cabinets of a Tokyo apartment to the rosy mosaics found in a modernist Grecian villa, our latest lookbook rounds up 10 pink kitchens from the Dezeen archives. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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